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students who shared their secrets with keeping america great. but our own becky quick had a chance to walk around the campus with these two legends in a day. we're going to share some of those most insightful comments with you. >> i know you spend a lot of time focusing and studying on all kinds of events, including diseases going around the world and i'm dying to ask you a question. would you have your kids get the h1n1 vaccination? >> sure. as that becomes available, i think everybody should have it. >> today, novartis is cutting to ribbon on the company's first cell vax even making plant. these are cheaper and faster to make than using eggs. our own mike huckman is there until the research area this morning. mike. >> reporter: good morning to you, steve thp the afternoon, more than 200 employees, executives and dignitaries, including the ceo of novartis, the secretary of health and human services and the governor of north carolina will be here to formally open this state of the art first of its kind facility in the united states. it's located in holly springs, just outside of raleigh. n
've been watching what's happening in corporate america right now. kraft foods reportedly saying it may raise its offer for cadbury or maybe offer more cash in its bid if rival takeover offers emerge. hershey's, which is -- hershey and italy's fererro are all now considering bids. cadbury's chairman would prefer a merge with hershey rather than kraft, which is understandable since kraft went hostile. but he also was quick to caution that both bids could fail if they're not generous enough. i think they're talking about more than $17 billion. something like 750 pence, they are looking at 800 pence per share is more likely deal they'd consider. >> this was out over the weekend, ken lewis would consider postponing retirement if directors need him to have more of a bridge to find a succe successor. "the journal" says he has no plans tobacktrack, but he's indicating he could act as a bridge until a successor is found. the bank has been having a difficult time finding a replacement. >>> 124 u.s. banks have failed this year. regulators shutting down commerce bank on southwest florida on friday
the u.s. army or some certain units, at least, in north america. they're setting their sights on higher margins and fairing relatively well. although what we are hearing from them are a number of companies that support these days is that they're very cautious due to the lack of transparency in their key markets. i just lost my hearing ball, it got pulled out from the floor by some snake down there. so i'll send it back to you. >> louisa, that does happen. the cords are lock and sometimes the wheel on your chair will do that. the dollar is the key driver of the overall markets right now. we're joined by a special guests, he's famous, the world affectionately calls him mr. yen. he's isuki sakabara. he served as japan's vice finance minister for international affairs and we welcome you. and it is a long way off where we're talking to you, so there's a delay. but sir, i guess let's start with what we've seen with the dollar versus many currencies, but what has been the most significant move and do you expect these moves to continue? >> well, as we get to the dollar/yen, it is below the leve
to see you, mark. coming up america enters the twilight zone. got your tickets. >> hoping you were going to take. >> you're what they look for. they go again and again for these romance type things. >> i don't want to say with you people will wonder who is that guy, what's he doing. >> right. right. >> state of the states, how local governments are handling plunging home prices and rising rates. more "squawk box" right after this. hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! we're going on a field trip to china! wow. [ chuckles ] when i was a kid, we -- we would just go to the -- the farm. [ cow moos ] [ laughter ] no, seriously, where are you guys going? ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! [ female announcer ] the new classroom. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. for over 150 years, wells fargo has been putting our clients first. according to a leading independent research firm, in 2009 clients rated wells fargo advisors the #1 u.s i
or click today. somewhere in america, there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, 69,000 people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. >>> good morning. global markets reacting to a debt crisis in dubai. we're turning to the bond boss, mohammed el-erian. >> power of the pen, fed chairman ben bernanke in his own words, why he said congressional reforms could spell trouble for the u.s. financial markets. >>> holiday central. the retail industry officially kicking off the holiday season. the head of one of the nation's best known outlet malls is here. americansopping but are they dropping. final hour of "squawk box" begins right now. >>> welcome back to "squawk box" here on cnbc, first in business worldwide. i'm joe kernen along with becky quick and carl quintanilla. our guest host is andrew ross sorkin fr
in america and we need unemployment to stabilize. that's the key to get them shopping more. >> we'll talk more about the tone for the holiday season and discounts and inventories after the break. if you have comments or question, drop us a note. squawk@cnbc.com is our address. we'll go through our black friday list. shoppers looking to get deals on sporting goods and we'll talk to best buy ceo here and what they see. there's l.a. that's best buy in l.a. dental bills... gazooks. you need a back-up plan ho, ho, ho. that's why we have aflac! so i'll have cash to help pay bills! great...but what if you're still not better by christmas? hmm... afllaaccccccccc!!!!!!! (santa): aflac. we've got you under our wing. rudolph's better... but now blitzen's sick! >>> while you were enjoying your turkey yesterday, the global markets were selling off and futures here are taking their turn. markets in the u.s. are closing early today in the states but stocks around the globe are reacting and have reacted to concerns about dubai debt rescheduling. that news comes as investors close out the year with sharp
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